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&pdollar giant gift ccrd.. orrow on fox45 morning news.- 3 the board of estimates votes todaa on a raise for balttmore's fire chief.why the mayor says he deservessone and the fire storm it's creating. (18::0:08) "i put a for-sale sign on my building. the grand prix hasn't even staated et. but why investors say the event s aaready a loss foo the city. 3&lily rottenborn says: "i'm probably oing to play with her a lot lotand... whh this brand nee teddy bear... is this child's most ppized poosession. 3 3 wednesday july 11th
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3 on the heels of closing two baltimore city ire ccmmanies... the mayor is proposing to give the fire chief a raise.the board of essimates is expected to vote on his plan ttday. today.megan gilliland is here with more on the coottoversy fighters union.rom the fire good morning guys,chief james ccack has been leading the department for four years now. by then mayor... sheila dixon. - since then e's won the praise of our current mayor.
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3 and now stephanne rawlings-blake is offerinn chief clack a two percent paise... and plans to extend he currently earns more than ..- 161-thousann a year. but at closing because of budget re cuts... and fire fighters aren't seeing ann increase at all... the union rrpresenting them... wants to now hoo this is ffir. (campbell) we wereetold to live with zero percent, i don't have a problem with hat if everyone's going to feel the pain, everybody feels the with it, and as ffr as i'm concerned, the chief of the fire department should just turn the raise down and say if my folks get a raise, i'm not going to accept a raise." clack says he'' very honnred - to have served as fire chief... and isshappy that tte mayor has asked himmto continue serving. cooing up next half our... hear from the mayor herself... &pis right for this raise.i'm news. baltimore's grand prix raae is just 8 weeks away...
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but already... the new ooganizers of the race say it will be a loss for the ity. city.the jarring prediction comes after last year's race ended with millions in un-paid bills. this year....there's a new set of investors and ascar's michael andretti will help promote it. they say with a five year agreement... they don't xpect to turn a profit until next year.but the small businesses that are still feeling the pinch from last year's loss aren't happy. (18:20:50) "he's awfully lucky he can lose care abbut all the people who lost money last ear and have never recouped from last year." year." prggnizers aren't saying how many tickets are sood for this year's race....but they are marketing campaign next week....and insist ticket expectations. another baltimoreepolicc officer is sentenced in a towing scheme... that involved offiiers.officcr jamie ugo will spend 2 yearr behind bars... for his role in the officers referring the owners of amage vehicles to a rosedale bboy shop in exchange
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for cash.lugo is the 144h -off 3&a ormer anneearundel ounty ppincipal is found muuderee n . flooida.police found the booy normann.. who worked for chesapeake high school... florida ast thursday.his head was covered by a plastic bag... with tape wrapped arounn it.19- year- olds ádavid weintraubb aad áandarly desirá are charged reccrds... weintraub lived in a house ownee by norman in tamarac....just about 10- &pmiles from where his body was founn.he was apparently renting from noomann.. 27-36"you see it on the newss and paperr alllthe time - but you don't think it's going to happen toosommone you know...not that anyone deserves that but especially not someone like him.""(buut)) 129-113"it bothers me a lot. little punks takinn on a 76 year old man." man."the "sun sentinel" reports that on aa least one occasion norman and hhs tenanns got into a hhated argument.norman told neighbors
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he wassthreatened and afraid 3 president obama nddrival mitt pattleground states tuesday.wo - among the issues on the trail... which of them outsourceddjobs outside thh u-s... and as ed ayne explains....whether the wealthhest mericans should &pkeep getting tax breaks. breaks. in iowa, president obama renewed his pitch to extend the bush-era tax cuts for a year... or families earniin less than 250-thousand dollars. sure the taxes on the 98 percent of americans don't o up and then we should let thee tax cuts expire for folks likk of america.mitt romney countered in colorrdoothe very busiiess and job creators at al the very time we need mooe
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jobs is the sort of thing only an extreme liberal could come &pup with.obamaaalso ccnninued to accuse romney of romney has xperience owning companies that were called pioneers in the business of the same city, the chairman of the republicann national committee unveilld a websiteeaccusing obama of &pootsourcing jobs by giving stimulus money o forrign renewable energy companiee. rooney reiterated the themm.if there's an outsourcer in chief, it's the president of phe united states, not the guy who's runniig tt eplace im. i'm ed payne reporting. fox45 is holding a town hall meeting on taxes. it's set for studios. you can see it by going to our website... at fox bbltimore dot-comm see all our storiessabout the race for the white house.just click on the news features and - section. crazy chemistry, bursting
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balloons, and falling fruit! fruit! t the maryland science center t's all in the name of learning, and joel d. how you can haae someemessy s - fun too. good morning joel d. 3
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3 philadelphia's mayor puts a ban on feeding the homeless... and now religious groups aree taking hhm o court.mayorr michael nutter was n federrl court tuesday to defend his for the homeless that go beyond one meal oot in the stre. streets.reeigiouu groups that paa the city hasn't ity.they -33
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established a system to provide the indoor seevices the mayor wants. a little girl who ostt everything.. including her prized teddy bear... in the waldd canyon waking up happy this morning. mornnng.that's becauss she hass &pa bbanddnee bearrbesidd her. her. seven year old lily &prottenborn was on vacation wiih her family .. while the wildfire was burning around colorrdo. the family came home to find their home completely destroyyd... along pith lily's favorite teddy bear. sse received the bear from a hospital ffur years ago... and when the loss... they decided to find her a new one. &plily rottenborn sayy: "i'' probably going to play ith her a lot and bring hhr says: "she wasn't alloweddto bring him on vacation becauss pack light...that was the only thing she talked about after hospital bear i lost my hospital bear." bear." hospital workers said a post on facebook sparked a which they found on an emmpoyee's desk! the
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worrer was happy to donate the bear to the girl. coming up on the early pdition... yyu wouldn't sell your marketers.but.. find out how they'rr getting it from you.. without you even knowing. kkowing. ((breakk1)) why should our wallets tell us what our favorite color is? every room deserves to look great.
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all without raising taxes. that's what a world-class resort casino at national harbor would mean for maryland. but it won't be built unless lawmakers give us the right to vote on it this november. call 1-800-492-7122 and tell your delegate and state senator to vote "yes" on national harbor... one of the biggest new job projects in the country. ((bump in)) ((2-shot toss to weathhr))
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will be givenna guaranteed audition ii front of american pdol producers.the winner of our contest last year.. hallle day... ade the top 24 on american contest rules at ffxbaltimore dot com. still to come... he's not about to win "father of the year" anytime dad's excuse for leavvng his kid in the caa for hours.... while he was at aabar. bar.14:15 it would be so easy &pfor ccr theives to do thhs thisand... the legal loophole that lets thieves legally sell the cars they steal. ((bump out)) ((breek 2)) these sweet honey clustery things have fiber?
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fiber one. almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? uh, try the number one! i've never heard of that. [ wife ] it's great. it's a sweet honey cereal, you'll love it. yeah, this is pretty good. are you guys alright? yeah. [ male announcer ] half a days worth of fiber. not that anyone has to know. fiber beyond recognition. fiber one. a loophole in the law is
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allowing criminals to use junkyards as clearinnhouses for stolen cars. crime and investigates how it's happening. happening. ((pkg)) the sign reads 2- hundrrd fifty dollars for if you're a car thief looking for a place to get rid of a stolen caa come to find out... it's a legal avenue. that can lead tt easy money. p:29 people were picking up cars sometimes right off the street or off a property without any permission or authority from the owner and taken to the junkyard where &pthey were destroyeddoften within minutesthere was no nottce to the owner and not tttle preseeted in many cases... jist someone signing a piece of paper.14:15 it would be so easy for car
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theives to do thisbutt bite 9:57 certainly it's not what years however certainn lawmakers have looked the other way refusing to change the law that allows this criminal activity to continue. delegate and assistant ptate's attornee doyle niemann. 15:46 at one point you could say it was a car a day almmst butttbite7:09 it became very clear we had a huge prrblem. numbers show... in the first four months of 2012... 148 stolee vehicces were located at juukyards liccnsed by the motor vehicleeadministration. buell 1:00 our position has always been that the dismantler or scrap processor theelast owner or lein holder of a vehicle when it comes pnno thhir possession. that mighttbe the current practice but owners of junkyard wouldd up... the way the law is tand - car can trade it in if the vehicle is 8 years or older and deemed
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inoperabe no title is ended and ownerssof these businesses aren't liable ecause of an agreement signed between themm and the individual.delegate 12:13 the car theives are in the business of stealing cars. phe scrap yards aae in the business praatice however is on the verge of being revamped..... with businees owners ann theives losing the freedom o avoid prosecution.... even though thee may be breaking tte law. buell 3:41 we anttto refreshing treat... and for one day only.. it's free.we'll tell you what youuneed to do to get a free slurpee. plurpee.and next.. they're stealing your contacts... withhut you even maaketers are getting persooal information from your cell phone... and how to protect yourself. ((break 3))
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p-c. they're hitting smartphooes too. and they could be sttaling some information ffom your device. alison kosik has more on thh grrwing trend. 33 &p some pop-up ads are invading your privacy.the ads &pare able to chaage the settings on your smartphones, your bookmarks, and evee take your contact informatioo, which can be sold o marketers. how does it happen? a study from lookout, a mobile security company, says thousands of smartphone apps are powered by rogue you download the app, you're - getting the advertisements too. not know it's happening because these aggressive ads can be haad to spot... sometimes they're in the form of a text message, an app them in users' notification -3 pars or home pages. it's not a huge problem...only 5-percent of free apps use an aggressive ad network.but it's becoming a biiger issue
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because the aaps in that 5-percent have been downloaddd over 80-million times. the rogue ads are typicalll found in personalization apps like wallpapers, asswell as comic, arcade, and entertainment apps. and like p-c pop-up ads, malicious ad--are on apps isnnt easy to get rid of.the damage ccn be reversed by deleting the app, but it's ooten haad to figure oot which app is to be carrful which app you download, because it could hi-jack your phone.i'm alison kosik in neww york.-----end----- cnn.script----- a father under arrest.. for child many hhurs.. he left his kid in a car... while he was at a bar drinking. drinkiig.thh board of pstimmtes votee today on a raise for baltimore's fire chief.why the mayor says hee deserves one and the fire cceating. çç car thieves. how its letting
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